'Song Cycle of the Seven Sisters' by Regional Arts NSW Aboriginal Arts Development Officer, Anthony Walker, has been unveiled at the Department of Defence Science and Technology headquarters in Canberra. Read more
Artists and arts/cultural workers have until 5pm, Monday, 24 August to apply for two Arts NSW Regional Arts Fellowships.
The fellowships worth $50,000 each are open to artists and performers or arts/cultural workers from all art forms, including dance, design, digital arts, history, Aboriginal arts and culture, literature, music, theatre, screen and the visual arts from regional areas. Read more
A series of poles to be painted by artists including members of the Ngemba Wailwan art group will form part of the Indigenous cultural heritage interpretive displays at the new Window on the Wetlands (WOW) Centre in Warren to be opened at 5pm tomorrow, World Environment Day. Read more
Applications for the first two 2015 programs to be offered through Birrang, the creative and professional development program for NSW based Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dancers and choreographers, are open. Read more
Renowned Aboriginal weaver, Dolly Jerome, will pass on her knowledge of weaving in a series of cross generational weaving workshops to be held next week at Trewlawney Station, Gomeroi Gaaynggal Centre and Hillvue Public school. Read more
The amazing array of talent of Aboriginal young people in the Armidale area will be showcased at the first Festival of the Brave with the main event on Saturday 13 December at the Armidale Showgrounds. Read more
'Everything we paint comes off country.'
Bidjee Dreaming opened in Delegate last month. This new exhibition will run for the next three months, showing a variety of works from Aboriginal artists residing in the high country of the South East region. Read more